Claudio Ranieri's Wife Accidentally Appears On Sky Sports' Football Show
Sky Sports presenter Kelly Cates, along with Gary Neville and Jamie Redknapp, couldn't hold in the laughter after Claudio Ranieri's wife hilariously appeared on The Football Show.
During the current lockdown Sky's Football Show has been discussing things current and past in football and interviewing the good and great of the sport.
On Thursday morning Ranieri was invited on to talk about Leicester City's incredible title win in the 2015/16 season but things went a little wrong.
Mrs Ranieri ended up on the broadcast for a moment, and she clearly had no idea what was going on, much to the amusement of Cates, Neville and Redknapp.
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It's certainly an issue that many people could probably have sympathised with considering the amount of Zoom work meetings that many would have had at the moment.
Whether it's not realising you're on mute or children getting in the background, we've all been through some sort of embarrassment.
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Of course nothing will ever reach the brilliance of Professor Robert Kelly's two kids interrupting his interview on BBC News in 2017.
It was a shame that fans couldn't hear from Mr Ranieri for longer and a shame he wasn't on with Jamie Carragher, with the former Liverpool defender claiming last week that Leicester's title win was a better feat than Arsenal's 'Invincible' season.
"Their [Liverpool's] record this season is worthy of comparison with the best Manchester City, Manchester United, Chelsea and Arsenal sides," Carragher wrote in his Telegraph column.
"But to me, none of these clubs are the most extraordinary Premier League champions.
"Whenever that list is compiled, Leicester City's 2016 title stands alone as the greatest achievement, certainly in the Premier League era.
"At a time when money talks at the top, and the top six have such a financial advantage over everyone else, Leicester's win was such a shock and an anomaly I am not sure how it can be beaten.
"Of all the Premier League wins, Leicester's is the only one no-one could have predicted. You would have to go back to Nottingham Forest in 1978 to find a club that so rapidly emerged from being recently promoted to champions."
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